Drought is the likely culprit in the first die-back pattern researchers have seen in the Bay Area.
Eden Teller is a freelance reporter, writer and amateur gardener. She began reporting for Berkeleyside as an intern in 2013 and continued her career with a B.A. in Media Studies from Macalester College and as a reporter for Eden Prairie News in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. She's deeply committed to local news and curious about how individual people come together and form a community.
Berkeley animal rights activists protest horse deaths at Golden Gate Fields
This time, the protest by Direct Action Everywhere did not result in the closure of the nearby mass vaccination site.
With $500,000 to spend, how should Ohlone Park be reimagined?
The public has until April 9 to give feedback on giving two playgrounds a facelift and installing native gardens.
After move to Oakland, artist Mildred Howard will install first public artwork in her Berkeley hometown
Howard said she is excited for what this sculpture will represent for her old Lorin District neighborhood.
‘State of Black Berkeley’ points to challenges, new and old, for Black residents
Activists gathered to discuss economic and racial inequality, reparations, police violence – and to celebrate accomplishments.
This Berkeley ‘wonderland’ of a shop imagines a second life for trash, as art
Artist and business owner Frida Godoy crafts fantastical creations from recycled materials at Reuse Arts and Crafts.
Longtime Berkeley resident celebrates 100th birthday
“100 years is a long time, but it’s been a rewarding 100 for me,” Horace Whitmore told Berkeleyside this week.
A Berkeley High student lost his yearbook in 1979. 42 years later, it turned up
Jim Manheimer was reunited with his yearbook, which had been at the Berkeley Public Library, after the Wall Street Journal ran an article on the origins of the word “hella.”
‘COVID-19 hero’ award honors street medicine team’s aid to the unhoused
Mukund Raguram says providing health care and case management to unhoused communities in the East Bay is a team effort.
Memorial for Berkeley ‘warriors no longer with us’ highlights strain of pandemic, weather on the unhoused
A coalition of advocates for Berkeley’s homeless community gathered online to sing, pray and demand justice for the unhoused people.
Berkeley’s streets are getting worse and it could take $328M to fix them, report finds
Berkeley streets are among the worst in the Bay Area.
UC Berkeley strips the names of professors with racist views off 3 buildings
LeConte Hall and Barrows Hall will be renamed because their former namesakes advocated white supremacy.